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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 ^ Stock-Taking Sale THE LAST CALL ON OiZERCOHTS Just a few left. These will be sold at a reduction of 30 per cent. Here's a warm price on Fur Caps Only two dozen all told, should not stay long with us at these reiluctions. each reduced iiO%. Men's Tweed Suits, worth 12.00, for..................................................$7 90 15 00 ................................................12nfiO 10 only LADIES" HEAVY DRESS SKIRTS. This is a bargain at each................3 95 A. Macdaaald ^ Co. Fountain Syringes -AND- Hot Water Bottles We carry the best made aiKl guarantee them faultless. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Aid. \*rooi�iiin int'omi.s to hujlil a rwi'lfncc this sprinj^. Aid. anh Mrs. Kobinson Itifl for the CO '.St on Sunday night. .t. II.^ Stanley of Calgtiry wns in Uio city most of the week. N". Dyinant, a millionaire lumhcr -man of narrie. Ont., iij dcail. .). T. Gi'ahaiii, lu'v! of Mack-ixl, is now C'.l'.K. .station asunt har^. T. W. Crofts, W. II. Fairfiuiitl, an:l II. :\. Siigtjil.l wuri! in Calgary in,.^t wtwk. Kirkvood Lc-Lk is now occupying his new rt'Jiitlcncu n;'.vl to Dr. Oal-braitli'sf TheCity Coiiniil i.s going to provide. Chief I'arry with a typewriting niachin~^. Aid. Hobinson. ha.s Ijfen gra/ntwJ two month's lL'a\'t! of a'lst'noa by th'3 City Council. ; M. R. Cooper, the well known imr (i.'cment agent, is ituw on the stn-IT of Hatch and Coons. M. ,1. Whitney, has made an in-vci^ltncnt in forty aere.s of- improved irrigated land south of tlvy city. The City t'aiincil 'ims d�ci.ilf"d to plate fire alarms in Chief Parry's and Ch;cf L. IT. Kowl�r's shop.^ When egg.�� are searse nnd dear, yoH have a sure remedy by puruliasing a box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the hens lay. For sjile only by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Fftoiily and Dispensing Chemists LETHBRIDGE. lloiiso to Itnt. McDiarmid. .Apply to S. .1. \V. p. Siniuion.s, M.P.P.. was down from Fxlnio'nton jvor Sunda.\-. C V. llemiott, clork of the court, is now located in ttic Oliver block. Mr. and Mrs. Mlebach arc at Harlem, Montana, on a visit to relatives. Hatch and Coons ntovo�l into their fine new tiUlces in the Oliver block this woek. I{. P. Wallace, late of Coalicojik, Que., was in th� city this vvtwk on his way .to Taber, where he will open a Iftw ofllce. On Thursday night Mrs. �>ular mcml'jor of the iieiUT(v\- Co. stall', has u,cc�pt�l a positicn with Swift & Co., the big pork pn'.'kers. at (Iraajt l-'alls. Montana. Th-.^ eas-tliound train lijaving hero la.s't Thursday night .was heW at Tal>er until the afturnoon of thena'xt laj. The hotfls th.-r,-- fed the pas-sciijfers. W. Pre.ston of Stratford Ont.. one of the lead ng flour inciMtion will likely issue Sft,000 nioro wtiock in a few weeks. Ja.1. Frame is tnjoying a visltfr.^ia hiH brother and i�i�t*r, of Virdait, Manitol>a. P. V. llnvrison in looking �ftcr th� insurance dcpamnient of T. R. Pat-to son's business. Tlw exprcsa from tha wwv due bere Monday inorning, dM. not rriv� until TueiKiay nigh> at icht o'clock. O. (Goodwin, forraerly of the mount od police and latterly in F�rnie, is back in the city *nd will reskte hsn in the future. Ifay is Helling at 9lli a. ton, but is hard to secure, A big Ahipmenl was jnade to a Bheep man at Ilrun-ton, this week.. The dunce to h�ve been h.-lU at th..-Labor Hall, this evening, has Ixien postponed for a week, owin^ ro The Gait Hospital ball. Th� Crow trains are having ntoot of their trouble at Winnifr�d, where the wind blows and. dritts tro �a than any other place on the lin^. The B. Uowman Agfncy haw lea.'sod ofliccs in the new Higinbotham block, and will occupy tlieui as soon^as the building, is compli!t>*d. A. M. Kitchie and F. Dupon have t:c:n attending the district court of the AnftAit Order of Forixjstera at Calgary. Mr. Ritchie was accompanied by his wife. The funeral of Uk! late Norman McK(?nziii took place on Sa/turd�y afternoon iaat and was. conduotm) bv liev. A. M. Gordon. The pallhear^s were O. M. Hatch, W. C. Ives, W. Shaw, L. X. McBwcn, W. Morris anJ W. Schofie'd. At Monday night's council moating -Mayor Oalliraith, Aid. Oliver and C. n. Uowman were appointod a com-tnattoe to confer with, the Industrial Committw- of the Iloard of Trade to take up the important 'aiiwstion of procuring sites for industries. TlK' l.O.O.F. will give an At Homo in OIixier'8 ^Hall, on Friday, Fcb-.i'''''r�y-er mivling will lie he.'d at Mrs. Brad-Ijeor's. near the hospital. Tickets for tha Mnsijuerade ball next Monday night cah he secured at Wallace and HoseRons. A syndicate ol local men propose starting a hog ranlace on Wcvlnjsdttj-night's train. The Edmonton Hulletin sixys; Mrs. .lohn Hart, wife of ithe proprietor of the Muriagjji Cafe, was ' disclwirgwl . from the Miserlcodia Hospital yea-tcrday, where she had umlergono an o|>eration. The Claresholm Ueview says: Mr. Scott, formerly \^ith tha govemnKnt ca!.Ie service in India, and who has bocn visiting Dr. ai;d Mrs. Dunlop for some time, left last Monday to accept a position in the T.'nioii Bank at L/ethbrid..e. Goo. Houk informed us the othsr day of a man, who is working here, shpp.n^ 400 pounds of coal to his wife at Swift Current. The lady Snnte tniprovcmoiits arc tjeing made in tlie grocer.v of Nelson and Fraser. A new ofhcti is lieing fitted up in the rear. The counters at il�> south side are to be removed uni ro-placi^ by tables on which the large and varii?d lins of the, be�t cloaacs. the j of crockery, the now firm purtwsoa thii : Carrying, will be displayed. Owing to the extended unpreoodent-e�l severity of the wvatb^r, the 'Canadian Pacific Railway flhds it neocas-ary to make a furtherreduotion in train service, vi�., tho withdrawal bctwo(>n Calgary and Moose Ja.w of trains No. 1 and '2. Thcno >thain� will Ik annulled between Calgary and Moose Jaw till at least March 1. and probably lotcr if weather' con -ditims are then not gootif It, has 'been decided io add. another ixjliccman to the city force ad �7.A. Reid, who has been taking Con -stable S'illiker's place, during . th� latter's absenoo in the east. hat iKJcMi ensaged. Tha force now. con -sists of Chief Parry and Cona*ab|.ja. Pony, aiilikcr. Storey and . licid. The extra man will be required, ex-pecially when the big gang, comes here in the spring to luild tho jujw bridge. The Silver farm is on tho market' again, bi.t. it will only be there for throe weeka, so that peopl�. who want to purchase this valuable and roportHl that .�^;ho was or.t of coal, I'V'b. iJlth and I Ith. at the jpesidonoe and her husband concltided the only j well known property, had botU>r. see. of her mother, Jlrs. .lohn 1'. Stew- way to get an.\ to her was to sotvd i-Xllwrta Realty t'o., who are band- art. Wood Street. it b.y o.vpress. SWIFT'S Hflins, bacon and Lard Fresh Shipment received to-day. Car of Baker Barb Wire Now oh track. Get our price before buying. Car of Raymond Flour just placed in stock. - Our price is right. Raymond Sugar. - None better. Telephone 33. Prompt Delivery. The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. I ling th� property, if they want to imake a doal. Thi� farm is oae of. tlte best invesiuK'nts in all -Aibcrtia ond its fertility Is cvidenood iby the 45,000 bushel crop of wheat, a-ltirb, was taken off last ynaraguo of W�sloy church held its first monthly business meeting List Frida.v, whrm eleven new rocwiibers were received. Tho nicmilx^r-�hip now Huml>crs aT)out r>'\ To -morrow the "1 Wills " of the Bible jWill discussed. \ collection will be taken to assist-lb defraying or-f-anization expanses. .Vll youn J men are coitlially invited to the services in tho Dapllst Tabernacle on .Sunday next at 11 a.m. a- d 7 p.m. At the evening service, the Rev. Win. Roid will deliver his third address on the History of ihe Foolish Uf)y, tho subject being, 'lfom�iword Round." There will be. fcpcr.lal sinifing at night. The inan.v friends of 5Ir. and Mrs. I E. N. Higinbotham leorned with re- j gfet.last night of �the tieath of their i only daughter. 'I'ha,. little one had been ill for a couple of weeks and her death had been expected for the past few days. The s.vmpathy of the entire community will po out to tlw Itcrcivvtsl ones. Thii Toronto (Jlolf .sa.ys: Invita-ticns are out for tho marriage , of Miss Gretohen Kdrth Mayer, gh-ter of the late H, \V. C. Meyer, K. C, of Calgary, and granddaughitor of the late Hon. A. St. Ross, to Mr. W. Cromwell Gurncy of ^Toronto. Tho wedding will take place at St. Allan's Cathedral on Tuosy the underaigacd up to, 6 p.m. oa; Monday - the 18th Februaiy, for position of thfl City E^lBoar for the City of Lethbrldge. AppUcaota 4^ �tatc soilury expected. eRp�rieaoe.aacrforniection wirthv 'any other word, name, titto or "iiesignation, giving it to be uiKler-'stood that ho is an arehrteot un-"der tbts -Act. unless he is mViMPr-'ed undar this Act, as a iwember'of "the assoeiatioK. . "Any person, �vho, oftur t|�ttiiBa "nxentioned, not being noffi�t�i�d a� "a member of the astociation takea "or makes use of an>' such- nanto, "title or tionod, shall be'Tiabta.'upon^l'3,�unji^ "mary convicticn. to aUne.'* --^ A full list of Jleglatered ArehJtectit.,^^'' . . aualiiliM to practico under this Aeb.V tary or i>res.dent ol the assoc.:at'.on, ; ...ji, ^ published in th� toadla. not later than Monday, .Feb. 11, mv.i * ^^^^^^ p,,vl,Pe of A*erlW?'; to ha^e than- birds ready to be call- ^^^^ ^^^^ . ^ . ,.R.- PER